NADP is developing a range of free panel webinars for members.
The idea of these webinars is that we can support each other by sharing knowledge and experience as well as enhancing CPD opportunities for our members.
Webinars in 2021
1. Best Practice Working Online with Autistic University Students
Tuesday 30th March 2021
NADP were thrilled to be able to introduce a panel of very experienced practitioners for you to question: Professor Nicola Martin, Harriet Cannon, Joanna Hastwell, Sharron Sturgess and Lynn Wilson.
The captioned video and transcript are available on the members’ area of the site.
CPD points available for those who access the webinar (in any format) and complete the feedback form.
Comments from members attending the session:
- Fantastic session! Thank you
- Thank you so much, this was real food for thought and some ideas of how to improve in the short and longer time!
- Thank you, this was excellent.
- Thank you so much for such an informative session – scared at what the future might bring but I will make sure I get heard now!
- Thanks very much everyone – really useful and engaging session 🙂
- Excellent discussion with lots to take away. Many thanks to all.
2. 20th Anniversary of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (SENDA)
Tuesday 15th September 2021: 11:00-12:30 with optional networking until 13:00.
The Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 (SENDA) established legal rights for disabled students in pre- and post-16 education.
The Act introduced the right for disabled students not to be discriminated against in education, training and any services provided wholly or mainly for students, and for those enrolled on courses provided by ‘responsible bodies’, including further and higher education institutions and sixth form colleges.
Student services covered by the Act included a wide range of educational and non-educational services, such as field trips, examinations and assessments, short courses, arrangements for work placements and libraries and learning resources.
More information to follow